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Fujishima Beya

NOTE: The title appearing under the coaching name indicates the individual's position in the Nihon Sumo Kyokai.

NOTE: C=Top Division Championship, O=Outstanding Performance Award, F=Fighting Spirit Prize, T=Technique Prize

Master

Master Fujishima Takehito <deputy director>

Ring Name Ozeki Musoyama
Given Name Takehito Ozo
Date of Birth February 14, 1972
Place of Birth Ibaraki
Career Record 554-377-122
Prizes C-1/O-5/F-4/T-4

Coaches

Coach Onaruto Takeharu <iin>

Ring Name Ozeki Dejima
Given Name Takeharu Dejima
Date of Birth March 21, 1974
Place of Birth Ishikawa
Career Record 595-495-98
Prizes C-1/O-3/F-4/T-3

Coach Yamawake Takeyoshi <iin>

Ring Name Maegashira #1 Buyuzan
Given Name Takeyoshi Tominaga
Date of Birth July 29, 1974
Place of Birth Aichi
Career Record 353-370-12
Prizes C-0/O-0/F-2/T-0

Coach Kiyomigata Takashi <toshiyori>

Ring Name Maegashira #3 Bushuyama
Given Name Takashi Yamauchi
Date of Birth May 21, 1976
Place of Birth Aomori
Career Record 416-427-25
Prizes C-0/O-0/F-0/T-0

Coach Kasugayama Sho <toshiyori>

Ring Name Maegashira #2 Shotenro
Given Name Sho Matsudaira
Date of Birth January 31, 1982
Place of Birth Mongolia
Career Record 494-484-51
Prizes C-0/O-0/F-1/T-0

Rikishi

Makushita

West Makushita #40 Mugendai
West Makushita #53 Hitachigo
East Makushita #56 Bushozan

Sandanme

West Sandanme #5 Musashiumi
West Sandanme #13 Munakata
East Sandanme #19 Fukuyama
West Sandanme #32 Koshinoryu
East Sandanme #38 Fujisato
West Sandanme #74 Fujitaisei

Jonidan

West Jonidan #7 Fujinowaka
East Jonidan #62 Seito

Jonokuchi

West Jonokuchi #22 Ueta